You will make it.
You will make it. A few days ago, in the blog post about Noah, we discovered that God remembered Noah. We also discovered that Noah was determined to obey God even though the flood was a long time coming. I guess you could call Noah an overcomer. He beat the was faithful until the end. A few days ago, we witnessed something that has never happened before. The New England Patriots were losing the Super Bowl. Not just by a little margin, but by a great margin. No team had ever comeback in a Super Bowl with a deficit of more than ten points. Well at halftime, the Patriot's were losing 21 - 3. I almost turned the game off. However, it is important to stick things through until the end. But things only got worse, by the third quarter they were down by 25 points. However great the deficit, you must stick through, stay faithful until the end. New England came back to win the game in overtime by a final score of 34-28. Be faithful until the end my friends. Sure, that was just a football game. But in life, it is true as well.
Read: Genesis 32:22-32
Journal Questions: Jacob was an overcomer. Why? In the book of Revelation, there is a Greek word which is translated, Overcomer, it is used in different ways throughout the book, 11 of the 17 times its used it means overcomer. Why would Jesus use this word to describe His last day people? Read Revelation 21:7
Pray: Ask God to give you the focus and guidance that you need to walk with Him. Pray that he will lead you to be ab overcomer. Revelation 3:20
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Ryan Hodgins, pastor, coach. Married to a gorgeous wife. Father to three girls. I need this epic walk.
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